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August 16, 2005 City Council Agenda
1. Invocation – Pastor Larry Humberd, Lehigh Valley Grace Brethren Church
2. Pledge to the Flag.
3. Roll Call.
* Public Hearing
4. Approval of Minutes – August 2, 2005.
5. Courtesy of the Floor. (for public comment on Ordinances and Resolutions to be voted on by Council this evening – 12 Minute Time Limit)
6. Old Business.
A. Public Works Director – Amending Article 921 –
Sewer Tapping Fee
B. Business Administrator – PMRS – Amending Agreement – Part-Time Employees
C. Bethlehem Housing Authority – Street Vacation – Leonard Street
D. Assistant City Solicitor – Amendment No. 2 to Lease Agreement – Police Substation – 723 Center Street
E. Rezoning Request – Linden Street and Oakland Road – Request for Continuance
A. President of Council.
C. Finance Committee (Mr. Donchez)
9. Ordinances for Final Passage:
A. Bill No. 34 – 2005 – Amending Non-Utility
Capital Budget – Norfolk-Southern Right of Way Acquisition;
PennDot Grant – Sidewalks on Linden Street and Eighth
Avenue, and Removing Pedestrian Bridge on Eighth Avenue
B. Bill No. 35 – 2005 – Amending Article 121 – Finances – Requiring a Balanced Budget
C. Bill No. 36 – 2005 – Reimbursing Sewer Assessment Fund
10. New Ordinances:
A. Bill No. 37 – 2005 – Amending General Fund
Budget – Historic and Traffic Studies – Creek
Road and South Mountain; Police Department – Bicycle
Course; and Mechanical Maintenance - Gasoline
B. Bill No. 38 – 2005 – Amending PMRS Agreement – Part-Time Employees
A. Certificate of Appropriateness – 414 High Street
B. Certificate of Appropriateness – 501 Main Street
C. Certificate of Appropriateness – 14 West Market Street
D. Transfer of Funds- Police Department – Overtime
E. Transfer of Funds – Engineering Bureau – Temporary Help
F. Utilization of Savings – Liquid Fuels Fund – Equipment
12. New Business.
13. Courtesy of the Floor. (for public comment on any subject – 12 Minute Time Limit)
* Prior to the consideration of the regular Agenda items,
City Council will conduct a Public Hearing to consider an
Intermunicipal Liquor License Transfer Request for Starter’s